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. boy, sam is about the prettiest running back i've ever seen. >> she is. i just said, take that, cheerleaders. i can say that, as a former cheerleader. >> hello to robin, recovering. as you see, elizabeth vargas is here. president obama back at the white house right now. his first big challenge, negotiate a new budget deal with congress. the speaker of the house says he's open -- suggests he's open to a compromise on taxes. and you have to pay attention to this. these negotiations are going to affect everyone's taxes before next year. we're going to get into that just ahead. >> huge, huge news on taxes. >>> we also have huge medical news this morning. a headline. new evidence that the prescription drugs that millions of americans take to help their heart may cut their cancer risk by as much as 15%. that is a big, big headline. >> sure is. >>> also, caught on tape. the shocking surveillance video that reveals what happened when a delta commuter jet was stolen in utah by a rogue pilot. an incredible story. you do not want to miss. >> wow. >>> first, we're going to get to the nor'e
vision showing many living in fear as the temperatures are dropping. as sam takes to the air to look at the unbelievable destruction from sandy's path. >> wow. >> new york harbor. >> that is staten island. look at all those boats. >>> five days to go. barack obama and mitt romney dash back to the trail, as the clock ticks to election day. this morning, our bottom line on each side's path to victory. the last-minute moves. and this little girl's emotional plea going viral. >> i'm tired of barack obama and mitt romney. >>> and jaws dropper. the woman who saved her own life by punching out a 12-foot tiger shark. she tells us in her own words the astonishing moment her martial arts kicked in. the karate chop that saved her life. >>> and good morning, everyone. hello to robin at home. we are getting back to normal here in times square. but look at these live shots. >> can we say it for her, though? rabbit rabbit. >> rabbit, rabbit,. >> rabbit, rabbit. >> rabbit rabbit, robin. let's look at the live shots downtown right now. still so dark in lower manhattan. this is a city divided right no
. natalie morales reports on a tragedy that has become a triumph. >> reporter: sam brown lived for challenges. the son of a proud military family, he trained at west point and then trained to be an army ranger. and in 2008, lieutenant sam brown deployed for his first tour of duty in kandahar, afghanistan. that was sam before. this is what sam looks like now. on the last day of his mission four years ago, his humvee ran over an ied and explode sbudd i fireball. his body was engulfed in flames. >> reporter: describe those feelings in the moments right after when your body was on fire. >> i literally thought i was going to die, and my instinctive reaction was to throw my arms in the air and call out to god. i remember thinking, i wonder how long it will take me to burn to death. >> reporter: he suffered third-degree burns on 30% of his body. they said he was lucky to be alive, but he was facing a long recovery. >> with a burn injury, that rehabilitative process can go on for weeks or months, sometimes even years. >> he couldn't eat much of anything because his mouth was literally
correspondents there. just in terms of the optics and where the white house is on this, the facts, sam, that hillary clinton left her last international trip with the president to go and be present for what may be a cease-fire, certainly sends a message as far as how close we may be to a deal and the fact that the white house knows it needs to be more active in this situation. >> they wouldn't send her out there for it to suddenly dissolve too more chaos. it would look foolish for them to do that. we're get close to a cease-fire. let's not lose sight of sort of the short-term story line for the long-term consequences of this. and by that i mean, we're negotiating a cease-fire, not a peace agreement and this white house has been unable to really forge through. if anything, it's sort of reversed or entrenched the middle east peace process during their watch and i don't think there's anyone who looks at what's happened over the past couple days and feels optimistic about what the future will bring. if anything, the hardliners in each respective camp, seem to be benefitting from hostilitie
and rain and snow. sam is here. how is this going to be? >> as it curves to the east, not only does it have the coastal effects, it will have a mixing of snow and some lasting snow. some places without power, without good shelter. they don't need this. >> so many folks without homes yet. sam, thanks. >> already hit so hard here. >>> our entire team has been on this campaign for the very start. today, it's "your voice, your vote." and for mitt romney, the campaigning is not over yet. he'll stop in ohio and pennsylvania, after voting from his hometown, belmont, massachusetts, this morning. that's where david muir is right now. good morning, david. >> reporter: hey, george. it's hard to believe the day has finally arrived. you see the line forming in belmont, massachusetts, the hometown of mitt romney. and he his wife, ann, will be here shortly to cast their votes. they were campaigning until the midnight hour. and we were beside the governor, as he was hugged by supporters, welcoming him home to new england. just before midnight, mitt romney, surrounded by thousands in new hampshire, back whe
to prepare a feast. >> if you saw last year's show, i need them. >> sam champion and ginger zee are on parades this morning. sam is in philadelphia. hey, sam. at the 93rd annual thanksgiving day parade. >> good morning. >> he's already on the float. >> that's great. >> and ginger zee is at the legendary macy's thanksgiving day parade, right here in new york. hey, ginger. millions of people, on my way in this morning, i saw little kids wrapped in blankets, lining the parade routes, hoping to catch a glimpse of the famous floats and balloons. they blew them up last night outside of the museum of natural history. i sent my boys to watch. they were underwhelmed. >> they were standing by people my height. i apologize for that. >>> and lessons from our dear robin's journey. her bone marrow transplant has inspired so many people. 56,000 people have become bone marrow donors, giving the most precious gift, the gift of life. always great to see her. >> and what an impact she's having, even in her absence right now. >>> we know you're about to start cooking your feast. we have last-minute
. and snow could be on the way. sam is tracking the latest. >>> breaking now. lindsay lohan arrested this morning after a fight at a new york city nightclub. charged with punching a woman during an argument that got out of control. lohan in custody right now. ♪ wild thing >>> part-human, part-primate. is bigfoot real after all? the scientist who proclaims the new dna analysis reveals six-foot to ten-foot sasquatch is related to us and definitely real. is this monster mystery finally solved? >>> where all of your champagne wishes and caviar dreams come true. >> not george or robin. that's robin leach. he knows something about how to spend all those millions if you are one of the lucky lottery winners. if you know, you probably know it already. if not, share it with us. there's tallahassee, florida. that's where the winning numbers were drawn. and here they are. 5, 23, 16, 22, 29 and powerball 6. >> so close. >> oh, my gosh. >> good morning, america. as you all know, robin is at home recovering. welcome back to amy robach. >> i had one with 6 as the powerball. but that's it. >> that'
, a subaru. >>> i think that we have a player for you. sam gordon. he rushed for 2,000 yards and 35 touchdown and 'csam also ha 65 tang tackles and this 9 year old and sam also goes by samantha. she is kicking the tails of boys bigger and stronger. >> you go sam. >> go sam go. >> 18 years from now she is going to have everybody cracking up in line how she get here and say ñrthat i was an early voter and my mom and dad could not make it to the hospital so they invited some nice men and woman over to deliver me. my mom said that i beat the opening of the poles and got i hecked as the cutest election baby. >> we turned around and asked if we wanted the cut é@to cord and he was like shocked, so he did it and then we took the baby from brittney and started to dry her off. by that time the rest to have crew got there and took the baby and we focused on mom. >> i was just worried about baby and wanted to know that she was okay. i knew that once they got there they would be able to take care of it much better çóthan we could. >> mom looks great. she got kisses and high fives. >> 20/30. >> that'
'll be discussing that with sam at 8:00. >> we sure will. >>> for everyone on the move today for thanksgiving. as we told you, there's about 43 million americans out on the roads and in the planes and trains today. and our team's covering all of the angles on this busiest travel day of the year. sam starts us off with the latest on the trouble spots. sam? >> good morning, george. crowded roads. crowded skies. if you thought this was the year that the day before thanksgiving would be easy to get around in, we're adding something else to the problem lineup here. and it's fog this morning. take a look at this early-morning picture from chicago. by the way, that abc station in chicago, abc 7, the most amazing powerhouse station, covering this thing from early this morning to all the way on. chicago o'hare, the second busiest airport in the nation. the fourth-busiest in the world. and right now, it's practically down to zero visibility. look at other pictures from foggy days. we had some starting yesterday. and today, from paducah, kentucky, to the great lakes. in some cases, visibility just over the zer
, after you see the pictures. >>> time, now, for the weather and sam champion. >> a nice way to get to it, as well. happy ending on that one. let's get to the boards. we're going to start with your winter forecast. what's it going to be like for the rest of the winter season. the normal outlook, normal and drier everywhere west. look at the cooler conditions that will be just in the bare southeast there. colder around the great lakes and the northern plains. if there's a wet zone it's probably the area from arkansas to kentucky and tennessee. everyone else gets about what you expect in a winter season. into the west comes an injection of more wet air. it hasn't been too -- well, hasn't been a lot of rain here. there will be by the time we get into the weekend. we're expecting one to three inches in those big areas that will pick up some rain. hour andrees at this there are couple of showers near the northern neck and the eastern shore. that will pull out of here by this afternoon and we should seek sunshine. it will continue to be called our high only 55 degrees. yourve taken rain out of
if the facility doesn't get power soon. they're hoping it's there by the weekend. boy, it has to be. >>> and sam is tracking the storm and the unfolding disaster all day, all night. and in the middle of the chaos and shattered lives, sam, a possible nor'easter now brewing? you're in a darkened downtown new york with the very latest. >> good morning. you can see in lower manhattan the power here is still out. buildings still dark and just one of the communities around the area affected by sandy with still no power this morning. there is an immediate concern of cold air moving in here. it's cold and windy here this morning, but look at the forecast for the next few days. and watch these early morning temperatures go into the 30s. now, not a lot of temperatures will be below freezing but some of the temperatures outside the city areas will in fact be near the freezing mark. i'm not so sure they'll be below it but this is very, very cold air. quick look at the other storm that people are going to be talking about. this is a coastal storm, nor'easter, nothing like sandy but more wind, rain and cold a
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, the bbc katty kay, "the new york times" jodi kantor and abc's sam donaldson. first up the petraeus story and it has us disturbed. washington is just as dumbfounded, torn between wonder at the dysfunction of our national security leaders and of course reluctant curiosity. dan, why does this same thing keep happening? it just happens, these powerful men, even as disciplined as petraeus. you know petraeus. >> i do know him and like him and think he's been a great patriot and public servant. but in answer to your question, i simply don't know. what we do know is it occurs, has occurred not just in our time and our country but all through difficult times. part of it is i think people who reach the pinnacle begin to think they can do things that other people can't do. they think i'm so high, nobody will ever find out about this. best i can do, unless you want to accept what my great grandmother used to say, there's simply no damn good. chris: we'll stop short with that but maybe you want to talk. >> i agree with dan but people in high positions, they're surrounded by yes men and are rarely con
to be evacuated if the facility doesn't get power soon. they're hoping it's there by the weekend. >>> and sam is tracking the storm and the unfolding disaster all day, all night. and in the middle of the chaos and shattered lives, sam, a possible nor'easter now brewing? you're in downtown new york with the latest on that. >> we have so much to update folks on. there's a real chill in the air this morning. look at the builds in lower manhattan. they're still out of power, as is so much of the area that was covered by sandy. there's one immediate concern. that's the cold air that starts to move in this weekend. on our forecast map, you see the three-day cold spell with this air pushing in, right into the weekend. and by the way, these are low temperatures. they're city low temperatures. areas outside the city will see the freezing mark over the weekend. and over the next few days you'll hear about a storm on the coastline, possible developing. this is a classic nor'easter. it's less powerful. it has no comparison to what you've been through with sandy. but what it does do is puts wind, rain, co
would save 5% a year on medicare spending. sam, what do you make of this? >> here's my proposal. turn 65. if you have a life-threatening disease or one that could down the road clearly do that, you're eligible. the rest of us are maybe fairly healthy, you wait until 67. now, how do you determine who is life-threatening? easy to have a aortic valve replaced when you die. but, you know, the death panel. chris: how about you if have a tough physical job and you're driving a big semitruck across the country and working on a jackhammer all day. it's not like being a successful lawyer somewhere showing up at the office of counsel or something. >> first of all, i think raising the eligible age for social security is a maybe. i would be surprised if -- maybe. medicare for all intents and purpose is off the table partly for the reasons you just mentioned. however, we have to keep in mind that when the early stages of negotiation, and what you hear out of the mouths of the leaders of the party right now may be a far cry from what they wind up with. chris: what do you think we ought to do? where ar
of the moves. >> that comet is 9-year-old sam, a pint-sized football player from salt lake city. 35 touchdowns. nearly 2000 rushing yards. and 65 tackles. did we mention it's sam's first season? a5 sam is short for samantha?rt >> just fun because the boys are like, well, it's a girl. >> monday night, sam's dad uploaded this comp pillation of the highlights to you tube. by the next morning nearly half a million people had seen it. >> i wasn't sure what kind of response she'd have. i thought it was impressive.2zvñ and it appears other people enjoy as well. >> she's dominating ought of the boys, something doesn't seem to bother teammates. >> she's really good and fast. made a lot of touchdowns. >> it turns out sam has other ambitions. >> one of the things i want to do is play on a professional soccer team. >> on espn they had a game plan on how to stop little sam. you know? >> she's got the moves. >> jerry rice took on the role of personal trainer today. >> promoting a way to use city streets as a gym.:gk idea is get moving. >> getting you outside of the gym. i find it's energizing to be out sic
is that storm, a nor'easter that's brewing off the east coast. and sam, this would have a real impact for all the folks left without homes and electricity up and down the east coast. >> it was already bad news, elizabeth, with the nor'easter, and that means some people can account for not only a mix of icy snow, but a little accumulating snow. >> all right, sam. >> hit so hard here. our entire team has been on the campaign from the very start. today, it's "your voice your vote" for mitt romney, the campaigning is not over yet. he has a stop at both ohio and pennsylvania after voting from his home down belmont, massachusetts this among. that's where abc's david muir is right now. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george, hard to believe that election day finally is here. but it is here. in belmont, massachusetts, governor romney and his wife ann coming here to vote this morning. they came back to new england to a massive homecoming the key four electoral votes. that's when their summer home is, they were embraced with the crowd and we were right there with them. just before midni
, sam? you want to ride on the unicorn? >> it's so true, though. escorting sounds so nice. escorting the fat out of your body and then came that phrase. let's look at the boards. the first snow out of minneapolis. this was an icy snow. it was really problematic. by the way, does it seem like there's a lot more snow and cold this season than last year? there is. and look at it. you're absolutely right. about 11% of the country had snow this time last year. now look how much of the country, more than 31% has snow right now. this happened in the last ten days or so. with the big push of cold air, you're going to feel the chill. even in places like dallas, your first frost and freeze in the dallas metro area. and new york city, dropping from the 70s in the new york city area, into probably much cooler than that, the 30s and 40s in that zone as we get the cold air. chicago feels like 16 degrees with the windchill. and atlanta, feels like 27. that's a real big shot of cold air. >>> all right. coming up on "gma," sorry about that. the high school valedictorian on trial for his mother's murd
you'll see tonight on "rock center." >> reporter: sam brown lived for challenges. the son of a proud military family, he attended west point, then trained to be an army ranger. and in 2008, lieutenant sam brown deployed for his first tour of duty in kandahar, afghanistan. that was sam before. this is what sam looks like now. on the last day of his mission four years ago, his humvee ran over an ied and exploded into a fireball. his body was engulfed in flames. >> i remember thinking how long will it take me to burn to death. >> reporter: in order to recover, sam endured more than two dozen painful surgeries. but he was deeply concerned about growing dependent on addictive pain-killing narcotics. so his doctor suggested something completely unexpected. a video game. >> did you think, oh, yeah, playing a video game, how is that going to help? >> i was a little bit skeptical. but i was willing to try anything. >> reporter: a video game may sound silly, but snow world is a groundbreaking experiment in virtual reality. in 2011, the military conducted a small study using it, and got stunnin
. >>> let's get the weather from sam. >> we start to look for pattern changes before we head into the holiday week. we're in the cold pattern for most of the country. luckily, by the time we get into next week, we have mild air and watch it shoot up into the middle of the country. taking over most of the country. the jet stream riding high. there's two wet spots to worry about in the country. one of them is the northwest, watching a few storms come in. and we think we might have coastal storms running up the coastline next week. we have to plan this out and see how close they are. but that could mean the mid-atlantic to the northeast, the other wet zone on the map. here's what's going on today. look at the nice, dry air that moves in. okay, it's a little chilly. it's drier than it was yesterday. boston, 28 degrees. portland, 26. new york at 31. good morning, pittsburgh, at 33 degrees is the way it feels. detroit, about 22 for you. a quick look at the west coast. we'll show you it's nice and warm. 81 in l.a. 71 in san diego. >> glance longingly at the santa barbara area. at ab
done. well done. >> stephanopoulos. >>> now, to sam with the weather. >> send those to george stephanopoulos at abc. by the way, we're going to start with a picture, northern lights as far south as kansas. >> i love this. >> have you ever -- did you think it could happen? well, it can. >> can we see it? >> but you won't see them. >> why? >> we won't, no. imagine, if you will, there would be these bright, beautiful -- josh, would you do an interpretive -- >> yes, i am. >> there you go. see? eventually, they find the tape when you start to do that. you start to do an interpretive dance and everything shows up. so, those lights were as far south -- it was a big solar storm we were right in the middle of. it got into northern europe and as far south as kansas in the u.s. last night. here's what we're talking about. you may have heard about a coastal storm developing for next week. right now, the forecast models are kicking this out towards the atlantic. that's very good news. we get into the pattern called a zonal flow, where everything pushes west to east. that would eject that s
. until now. >> pleasanton native sam has been around horse racing all his life. it's only been a hobby until recently. since 2007, he's had a stable full of racehorses here at barn 16 at the alameda county fairgrounds. and it all started when he claimed his first house, sophisticated wager, in 2005, five months after being diagnosed with throat cancer. >> we discovered that he had a breathing problem. it was a task for both of us. there was no guarantee that he could breathe again. there was no guarantee that i was going to live for another 50 years. >> reporter: sam and sophisticated wager were both battling life-threatening throat conditions and both endured surgeries during the same time. >> sam's road to recovery was definitely accelerated by wager. >> reporter: six months later, sophisticated wager was healed, thanks to the dedication that sam showed him. in his fifth race back at golden gate fields, wager won that race. and seven years after being diagnosed with throat cancer, sam is cancer-free, thanks to his best friend, sophisticated wager. >> i learned a lot there sophisticat
with the football. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: lacy. huge 3rd down coming up. bennie logan and sam montgomery. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: lacy off and yeldon comes on. 3rd and 10. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: alabama is 1 and 7 in 3rd down conversions. will they go 3 and out again? >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: yes. intercepted. >> gary: nope, nope. >> verne: the trap. eric reid. >> gary: had him wide open. shinn coming across. had him wide open. just outreached and skipped. >> verne: mandell on to punt. another 3 and out for alabama the defending national champions. >> gary: pressure always finds the quarterback sooner or later. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: returnable. beckham. taken down from behind. patrick number 11. that's a 45 yard punt. 10 on the return. time has been called. getting a little tense. >> [crowd noise]. [ birds chirping ] are you sure you can fit in there? [ chuckles ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] around view monitor with bird's-eye view. nice work. [ male announcer ] introducing the all-new nissan pathfinder. it's our most innovative pathfinder ever. nissan. innovation that e
have the pleasure of honoring sam's diners. and in the district there are amazing restaurant so in district six it was a difficult decision and i am honored honor them and the owner was enable to be here but her partner will be here. genie purchased it five years ago and samed it sam after the first initials of her three children, samuel, abigail and mica. she contributed a considerable amount of money into renovating this restaurant and a strong tenant in the corridor. i go to sam's regularly and a big fan of the korean tacos and if you would like to check that out. it's close to our office. the dinear is welcoming to great broad section of the neighborhood and it's accessible and affordable and delicious and where many of the actors of the stage shows go well and stays opens late to accommodate those folks and rejuvenate the arts district? a. genie grew up where food was part of the living and hard work and spirit and overcoming obstacles and she actually makes would meals herself and definitely complement the chef when she is there. she is often busing tables on top of
to chicago. sam has the latest. >>> breaking this morning, peanut butter crackdown. the government shuts down an entire factory, after the company repeatedly shipped out unsafe food, causing widespread salmonella outbreaks. >>> a jaw-dropping near-miss caught on tape. watch as this 16-month-old runs across the carpet right there. just seconds before this car crashes into his father's jewelry store, smashing everything in its path. we'll hear from the family this morning. >>> and the young star of one of tv's big et hits, publicly trashes his own show, in a controversial video shot inside his trailer, right on-set. >> please, stop watching it. please, stop filling your head with filth. >> why the 19-year-old star of "two and a half men," says he's slamming the sitcom that pays him millions, right now. >>> good morning, america. hello to robin. as you know, she's home recovering right now. it's great to have amy robach here. and how about the cyber monday numbers coming in. americans spending record amounts shopping online. will this be a much-needed jolt for the economy. >>> we're g
down coming up. bennie logan and sam montgomery. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: lacy off and yeldon comes on. 3rd and 10. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: alabama is 1 and 7 in 3rd down conversions. will they go 3 and out again? >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: yes. intercepted. >> gary: nope, nope. >> verne: the trap. eric reid. >> gary: had him wide open. shinn coming across. had him wide open. just outreached and skipped. >> verne: mandell on to punt. another 3 and out for alabama the defending national champions. >> gary: pressure always finds the quarterback sooner or later. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: returnable. beckham. taken down from behind. patrick number 11. that's a 45 yard punt. 10 on the return. time has been called. getting a little tense. >> [crowd noise]. [ birds chirping ] are you sure you can fit in there? [ chuckles ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] around view monitor with bird's-eye view. nice work. [ male announcer ] introducing the all-new nissan pathfinder. it's our most innovative pathfinder ever. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ the good they did inspires us, prepares us
'm sam from "the new york times" and today we're going to fry a turkey. >> sam sifton takes us through a couple of easy steps. >> we're on a level surface, i'm wearing shoes. i'm going to be careful putting the bird n that's really all that you have to do. >> wearing shoes. i like that he pointed that out. flip-flops, shoeless people burning their feet with the hot oil because it spills over. >> it's so simple, it's amazing people skrcrew this up all the time. >> a lot of the problems come from the oil overflowing, and sam has a really nifty trick on how to not make that happen. >> before anything happens, take your turkey, put it in the empty pot in your kitchen and fill the pot with water until it just comes over the top of the turkey. remove the turkey. see where the water level is. that's how much oil you want in the pot. >> that's brilliant, and simple. >> just placement, that's all it is. we learn it in science class in like sixth grade. here it is applied in real life. very simple. >> and notice that he's outside on his porch where there's no roof or ceiling. >> the other really
curing a man until now. pleasanton native sam has been around horseracing all his life. it's only been a hobby until recently. since 2007, he has had a stable full of racehorses here at barn 16 at the alameda county fairgrounds. and it all started when he claimed his first horse, sophisticated wager in 2005, five months after being diagnosed with throat cancer. >> finally we claimed him and brought him back over here and discovered that he had a breathing problem. he was a rough little task for both of us to get over this. and it kept my mind busy. there was no guarantee that he could breathe again and there was no guarantee that i was going to live for another 50 years. so i mean, it was good for both of us. >> reporter: sam and sophisticated wager were both battling life-threatening throat conditions and both endured major throat surgeries during the same time. as both man and horse recovered, it was clear that they helped one another get through the toughest times of their lives. >> i didn't have to walk him no more because he could go on the hot walker and i started eating food aga
and this is "now." >>> joining me today, rolling stone executive editor eric bates and msnbc contributor, sam stein of "the huffington post." not content with damage done by his 47% comments, mitt romney expand on his ticket'smakers versus takes are theme in a 20-minute conference call with donors yesterday. according to romney the reason he lost is because obama gave, quote, gifted to various democratic voting blocs. according to "the l.a. times" on a call with donors, romney had this to say -- with the president -- what the president's campaign did was focus certain members of his base coalition, gave them extraordinary financial gifts from the government and worked aggressively to turn them out to vote. romney specifically referenced the african-american community, hispanics and young voters as beneficiaries of obama's large essaying the obama campaign was generous in what they gabe to the groups. according to abc news, romney had this to say about obama's gifts to latino community. what the president did is he gave them two things. one he gave them a big gift on immigration with the dream act a
. with rains, high winds and mud slides. sam champion warned us about it yesterday. he's here right now with the very latest. hey, sam. >> good morning, elizabeth. it's been a very difficult 24 hours, with 3 storms stacked up in the northwest. one already in. another one about to move in today. basically, this second low will push the heaviest rain south from redding into san francisco. these are high-elevation winds, right at the top of the mountain have been 114 miles per hour. the top rains have been seven to nine inches of rain. again in the top but even from seattle, all the way to portland, there's been three to four inches of rain. that's two to three days of incredibly bad weather. and two more days of bad weather coming. torrential downpours in the pacific northwest have brought nearly eight inches of rain since sunday. from oregon to washington. wind gusts of 114 miles an hour in washington state toppled trees and knocked out power to over 50,000 residents. members of seaside, oregon's, fire department had to run for cover, when their vehicle was demolished by a falling tree.
, and sam's club is reaching out to those impacted by sandy. >> and temperatures continued to dig behind sandy. it is pretty chilly all the way down to louisville, where it is only 47. here is a live look from ocean city. what a difference. during the height of the storm, those waves were crashing over the wall onto the boardwalk. >> in consumer alert, good news for those whose homes suffer damage from sandy. >> because there was no hurricane warning issued for any part of the state, an insurer may not impose, under a a percentageolicy come up, deductible. >> most homeowners will only have to pay their standard deductible. sam's club is opening their stores to anyone left in the dark by the super storm. 18 stores will offer power recharging stations to the public for free to recharge laptops, cell phones and other electronic devices. maryland clubs are participating in the event indoors will remain open until november 9th. in medical alert, women need to get moving, and yes, that applies even to those who go to the gym. new research finds that women who meet or exceed exercise recommenda
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